Town of
Historic Granville, Tennessee

931.653.4151
Granville Museum
169 Clover Street • Granville, TN 38564

Come see why people from all over the south visit the 1880's Sutton General Store, Granville Museum,
Sutton Homestead,
Pioneer Village, and Antique Car Museum.
Granville is located on the waterfront of Cordell Hull Lake just an hour outside Nashville.

Historic Granville, TN — Tennessee's Mayberry Town.

Open Wed - Friday 10 am - 3 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm
Sutton Homestead Open Wed - Friday 12 - 3 pm, Sat 12 - 5:00 pm

17th Annual Granville Quilt Festival - October 6

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Granville Quilt Festival honors Betty Robinson on October 6.


The 17th Annual Granville Quilt Festival on October 6th will offer 20 categories of competition for quilters in Middle Tennessee.  One of Tennessee's largest quilt festivals occurs In the 1896 Granville United Methodist Church.  There will be 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place awards in each category with best of show awards as well.  The show also pays $100.00 to the guild, club or group that has the most entries in the show.  Quilts can be entered on October 4th at Gainesboro, Livingston, Cookeville, Carthage, Granville and Lebanon.  Please see website for times and locations for entries granvilletn.com.

The annual show honors present quilters and a memorial honoree as well.  The 2018 Quilt Show Honoree is Betty Robinson of Cookeville who is a noted quilter throughout the Upper Cumberland.  She started embroidery when she was 8 years old.  She would pick up her mother's sewing when she would go to the kitchen to cook and put some stiches in.  From that early start, she kept learning as she grew, and when she was married used her talents to make clothes for her daughter.  After her daughter grew us she joined a quilt Guild and continued learning.  In 1994 her family moved to Tennessee and she joined the Cookeville Crazy Quilters.  She continues today with the Golden Needles quilting guild In Gainesboro, working on pieces for family and friends as well as working on prayer quilts for her church Washington Avenue Baptist.  Betty has been a leader in the Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival and has been a great supporter of the Granville Quilt Festival.  On October 6 some 20 of her quilts will be on display in the alter of the Methodist Church.

The 2018 Memorial Honoree is the late Betty Green of Overton County.  She quilted as a child and continued as she raised three children.  She left her family a large number Of 100% handmade historical quilts she had made over her life.  Some of these quilts will be on display at the Methodist Church.  Betty is the grandmother of Jeremy Curtis Who wife Brenda is the manager of Historic Granville.

The show will be open 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on October 6th with these two ladies being honored at the opening ceremony at 9:30 a.m. at Pruett Stage.  The festival will also Feature Quilt Benches of Granville, Special Quilt display on porches of Granville, Sutton General Store and Granville Museum.  Quilting demonstrations will be during the day With a special sale at the Quilters Attic at Sutton General Store.  For more information call 931-653-4151 or granvilletn.com.


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